PRINCE2® Practitioner

PRINCE2 is a tried and tested project management method that was developed in the UK and that can be used in any kind of project regardless of scope. From a minor reorganisation to a major construction project, PRINCE2 increases the chance of success.

Goal and result

After the training you will be able to:

  • Structure the entire project management process in accordance with PRINCE2 principles.
  • Apply the PRINCE2 method in a practical and pragmatic manner.

Practical information

Dates:At the moment there are no dates available.
If you are interested, please contact: 
Times:9.00 - 16.00 (Exam: 9.30 - 12.00)
Duration:3 days
Locatie:EUR Woudestein
Costs:€ 1144 (This fee includes a certified examination, course material and access to the e-learning environment to prepare for the examination. 
Submission:Enroll via Eduplaza

This is an accredited PRINCE2 training course that meets all the international quality standards. All trainers are experienced project managers. The training course is relatively fast-paced and the method is handled pragmatically.

Based on real-life case studies and cases from their own experience, candidates will develop a large number of projects using the PRINCE2 method. This training is mainly practical; theory is only covered if necessary, but there is plenty of room for discussion.

Over a 3-day period, you will play the roles of the project board, project manager and project employee. During these assignments you will have plenty of opportunity to discuss with your fellow students.

Once you have successfully completed this training course you will be awarded a highly regarded project management qualification both in the Netherlands and abroad.

After the training course, we recommend that the candidates spend at least 20 hours studying independently in order to fully prepare for the Practitioner exam. 

Project management, organisational sensitivity, cooperating, problem analysis.

The training course will be given by Abram Janse of Good Sense.

Individuals who regularly participate in projects or support projects and have a guiding role therein, such as steering committee members, project managers, project leaders, team managers and managers of facilities departments.

To be awarded the certificate, you must have passed the PRINCE2 Foundation exam.

After completing the training course, you will receive the APMG (Association for Project Managers Group) certificate. Good Sense is an Accredited Training Organisation (ATO).

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